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The peasant gourmet

Book The peasant gourmet

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- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:146
- Publisher: Macmillan; First Edition edition (1975)
- Bestsellers rank: 3
- Category: Cookbooks, Food & Wine
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  • By Charles A. Baker-Clark on April 6, 2015

    I purchased this book in the year it was published and found it helpful and interesting. During subsequent years that have included my completion of a degree in culinary arts that blossomed into the study of food and culture, I have relied on it less frequently. However, the author introduced me to a number of interesting one-pot dishes, as well as an narrative style of writing about food. Yes, the recipes are simple and do not teach technique. Simplicity is not necessarily bad. I recall reading Richard Olney, a mentor of Alice Waters, who wrote a book on simple French cooking. In the book, he wrote that one of his most memorable meals he had was a dish of mashed potatoes he ate in Paris. Perhaps complexity is not that important.

  • By Mitch Baywatch on April 23, 2008

    Seven sections: Soups, Vegetables (though this includes beef chili), Seafood, Meat, Curry, Miscellaneous (Welsh Rabbit, Spaghetti Carbonara, etc.). The recipes are fairly simple, mostly one-dish meals; Corn Chowder, Mussels Marniere, Cuban Pot Roast, etc. There isn't really any technique instruction, though I don't know how much is needed. An old '70s book, it seems most dated for ethnic foods. Reminds me a bit of Maggie Gin's One Pot Meals.


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